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Thunder Vs. Warriors Final Score: Oklahoma City Cruises Past Golden State

The Oklahoma City Thunder improved to a Western Conference best 23-7 behind James Harden's 25 points to defeat the Golden State Warriors 110-87. The Thunder did trail by four points after the first quarter, but after that the Thunder took control of the game. The second quarter was key as the Thunder outscored the Warriors 38-24.

While the offense did play well, it was the Thunder's defense had a good game and held the Warriors to 35 percent shooting. The Warriors David Lee was able to put up 23 points, but he was the only offense for them tonight.

Bad news for the Thunder came in the third quarter when Russell Westbrook left the game with a sprained right ankle and he did not return. Prior to his departure Westbrook had 18 points, three rebounds and three steals.

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